Welcome back to another episode!

Today I’m really excited, because the day of recording this episode I’m making a dream come true!  

And in this episode, I want to share two stories to illustrate my experience of how & why some people create amazing outcomes for themselves and loved ones in life - making dreams come true - and others don’t.

How and why some people say they’ll do something. And then do it. And how others say they’ll do something, but don’t get it done.

You know them. The people who talk about changing careers, starting a new business, doing a side-hustle, running a half marathon (when they haven’t run 5km since high school!) or the person who has a health challenge and needs to come up with a solution after numerous doctors visit with no result for a solution. Then they do it. 

So what is the difference between the do-ers - and those who don’t follow through? And what can we learn to help us be a do-er?

That’s what you’ll learn in this episode. 

I can’t wait to hear what you think of this episode – so please let me know either in the comments below or in our Dream Life Podcast Facebook group here.

And please share it with anyone who you feel may benefit from it. Let’s inspire many more millions around the world.

Have a wonderful week!


Dream Life Founder  





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